Brad and Orville Peck Make Elote (Mexican Street Corn) | It’s Alive | Bon Appétit


100 thoughts on “Brad and Orville Peck Make Elote (Mexican Street Corn) | It’s Alive | Bon Appétit

  1. OK, so… There is a lot to unpack here… but most importantly, Brad's last name is perfect for a country album… Some of the greatest western movies were made by Sergio Lay_OWN-EE… jus sayn… Brad Leone's Spaghetti Country… or something. Anywho

  2. Sorry I couldn't watch the whole thing. Something about the dangley things reacted with my mental illness to freak me out and I had to quit. First time I didn't watch one of y'alls videos all of the way through. Can't tell you what it was. Mental illness is a little unpredictable some times.

  3. lmao I love watching Brad fumble. This was definitely off the rails – need to change the name of the show at this point XD

  4. If the guy doesn't like milk because he is lactose intolerant, cheese shouldn't a problem because it doesn't contain lactose (or only trace levels).

  5. Sergio Leone is responsible for some of the best spaghetti westerns of all time…there's no shame in Leone being a country music name…

  6. Ohmygosh, y'all finally got someone to subtitle It's Alive with Brad videos! English isn't my native language, and I have auditory processing disorder, so I've been waiting for this for ages.

  7. I'd like to go on record as saying I didn't want to watch this. A hipster cowboy luchadore and Brad dipping an ear of corn in mayonnaise… and yet, here I am.

  8. Brad's shoes. Wow. The lower half of Brad looks like it belongs to a different person with a totally different personality. It's gonna take me a minute to recalibrate.

  9. Take it off the cob and makes a great salad as well. Same exact recipe but cook the corn in a cast iron skillet. Or take off the cob after cooking

  10. No one is talking about how in the beginning they wrote “Sumac enthusiast” under brads name and I am here for it

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